It really depends on how much effort you want to exert.
No matter what, you should get away from the city lights. Next, look into google sky map or a star chart and find the constellation Gemini. That is where there is going to be the highest probability of capturing a meteor. A wide angle lens is best, so shoot for a focal length around 14mm to 40mm.
As Drizzt321 said, a remote shutter release is definitely preferred, but using a 2 second or 10 second timer helps significantly reduce vibrations if you do not have a remote.
If you want to get advanced, you would want an intervalometer and limit your exposures to 10-15 seconds (to not have star trails). (magic lantern has an intervalometer if you have it installed) If you take pictures sequentially for a couple hours during the peak of the shower, you can stack the images together. This would show all meteors captured on a single image..